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Deck of cards   /dɛk əv kɑrdz/   Listen
Deck of cards

noun
1.
A pack of 52 playing cards.  Synonyms: deck, pack of cards.






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"Deck of cards" Quotes from Famous Books



... knew, giving him half of what I staked in exchange for what I could eat; but it turned out afterwards it was like these fire insurance policies, where a man never reads the fine print. There was more jokers in that contract than in a tinhorn gambler's deck of cards—he had me peoned for life—and after I'd given him half my strike he came out and claimed it all. Well, no man would stand for that but when I went to make a kick there was a rat-faced guard there waiting for me. Pisen-face Lynch ...
— Wunpost • Dane Coolidge



Words linked to "Deck of cards" :   suit, playing card, queen, pack



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